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The QuickImage plugin provides an eclipse-editor for viewing images. You can browse images one by one, or all as thumbnails. Use the toolbar to navigate or by single- or double-clicking the images. By default QuickImage associates its editor with .gif .jpg .jpeg .png .bmp .ico
Initial intention with the plugin was to use it with web projects etc, not for viewing large collections of huge images. There are better suited tools for that.
Check http://psnet.nu/eclipse for download, screenshots etc..
Also available from MarketPlace.
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Submitted by Paul Verest on Fri, 2015-02-27 01:06
This is great plugin and should be within standard Eclipse IDE.
Sources are at https://github.com/persal/quickimage
Submitted by Per Salomonsson on Wed, 2014-11-26 10:53
The domain and QuickImage is back again. There was a glitch with the domain registrar.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 2014-11-20 14:40
psnet.nu/eclipse update site doesn't respond.
Submitted by Michel Parisien on Sun, 2014-11-02 20:29
I have flagged this as out of date because the update site, and its parent domain, no longer seem to exist. It is a shame because this was one of my favorite additions to my eclipse workflow. If Per ends up reading this, it would be nice if you could set up a mirror for your update site so that we may continue to use your addon. Unfortunately there are no other Eclipse plugins in the marketplace that are simple image viewers, so it seems I (and perhaps others with similar workflows) are out of luck.
Submitted by Andrew Holland on Thu, 2014-11-13 19:21
try h t t p s://raw.githubusercontent.com/persal/quickimage/master/quickimage-updatesite/
Submitted by Lyubomir Filipov on Wed, 2014-04-09 02:49
Shows image format info, shows file names in tab title (like source files in eclipse)
But one little issue - images with transparent background appear as with white background. Therefore:
1. you cannot see their dimensions
2. Image with transparent background and white contents (for example, while text on transparent background) will be unseen.
Maybe make transparency appear as white/gray squares, like in GIMP.
Even with this issue, it is perfect for quick image preview.
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